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August 16, 2007

Panama City Beach Florida -- Michael Grady Suber Jr, 37, of Panama City Beach Florida has been arrested, and is being held in the Walton County Jail, for extradition back to Georgia.

Walton County deputies found Suber under a bridge, and he had 27 grams of meth and numerous other paraphernalia items in his car.

Suber is wanted in connection with a pot operation in terrell County. More tonight on WALB News 10.

 

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